Like many people, we enjoy collecting PEZ dispensers. Sure, the candy bricks that come inside them aren’t that exciting, but it’s the characters and dispensing mechanism that makes them fun. PEZ looks back at its own history, and explains how it got its start making peppermints. See also: How PEZ are made.
Soft drink maker Coca-Cola has teamed up with mint maker Tic Tac for a limited-edition candy that tastes like the popular soda pop. Each one has a tiny red Coca-Cola logo on it, and their packaging features bold red and white graphics. Keep an eye out for them at local retailers.
At some point Bon Appétit chef Claire Saffitz will run out of candies and snacks to replicate, but until she figures out how to make us some Nerds, we’re going to keep watching. In this lengthy episode, she takes on the tart, chewy, and sugar-coated treat known as Sour Patch Kids. It was incredibly tricky to get the texture right.
If you don’t have a bag of Skittles lying around the house, you’ll want to run out and buy one right now, just so you can try and replicate Dexter See’s video, which shows what happens when you car fully arrange the colorful candies in a circle then pour hot water over them.
Nowhere are KitKat candy bars more popular than they are in Japan. So we can think of no better place to see how the treats are made, then at the Nestlé Japan Kasumigaura factory. After viewing the whole playlist, we wondered if we just watched a Wes Anderson movie.